Tag: live review

LIVE: Cabbage @ Manchester Art Gallery, 03.04.18

The arrival of Cabbage‘s debut album Nihilistic Glamour Shots is one that has been long-awaited. Dreamt about, written about, we have eagerly anticipated the launch of their (hopefully) long-chain of albums as an active band. Knowingly controversial, Cabbage is indie music’s…

LIVE: Stereophonics @ Manchester Arena 09.03.18

The 90s are synonymous with the broken down, derivative and quintessentially indie. But survivors have some how managed to transcend the ordinary and fixate themselves as legendary. Call it a commiseration for enduring the 1990s. Amongst them are the Welsh-born-and-bred…

LIVE REVIEW – SOPHIE, Heaven, London 13/03/2018

On Tuesday 13th March I headed over to London’s infamous gay venue, Heaven, to review electronic, pop, multi-instrumentalist, SOPHIE. Recently, on February 16th,  SOPHIE dropped her first cut of the year, ‘Faceshopping,’ through Transgressive Records. Since the release of this…

LIVE: The Soft Moon – The Dome, London 16.02.18

Opening his set with the title track from his recent album Criminal, The Soft Moon – aka Luis Vasquez – gave a seamless, captivating performance at Tufnell Park Dome on Friday night.  Entering the stage in a haze of smoke…

LIVE: The Cribs @ Gorilla, Manchester, 10.12.17

“We are The Cribs and we are from Wakefield.”  After the line was said – the iconic songs began to be sung and the crowd for the bands’ third night of their residency at Manchester’s Gorilla, on Sunday December 10,…

LIVE: The Charlatans @ O2 Apollo, Manchester, 02.12.17

Think Madchester: think The Charlatans. The homecoming gig whilst touring their thirteenth studio album Different Days was well awaited and their return to the Apollo theatre, brought this venue back to it’s former glory of stand out, unapologetically “we are…